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GREEK, ROMAN 
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MILITARY and 
NAVAL MEDALS 


For Sale by Auction 
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7 Argyll Street, Oxford Circus, 
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Days of Sale: 


WEDNESDAY, 20th JULY 


LOTS 1 to 243. 
THURSDAY, 21st JULY 
LOTS 244 to 434. 


On View Monday and Tuesday prior and 
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PRICED eet A-DCUL TWO SHILLINGS. 


CONDITIONS OF SALE. 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided 
the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. 


SECOND.—No person to advance less than Is. ; above five pounds 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 


THIRD.—In the case of lots upon which hare’ is a reserve, the 
auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the 
seller. 


FourTH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of _ 
abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound, or more in 
part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money. . 





if required; in default of which the lot or lots so pur- 


chased to be immediately put up again and resold. 


Firty.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 


prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described 


in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or. 
reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection 
be made and the lot returned within seven BANS from 
date of sale. 


S1xTH.—The auctioneers will not hold ee responsible ~ 
for any action that may arise, aeting solely as agents 
between buyer and seller and for both equitably. 


Piease Note. 





The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus :— 
WH = gold, MR= silver, H = copper or bronze. — 


Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins 
and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, 
Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be 
assumed that the coins and medals are not in good condition. 


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CATALOGUE 


COINS AND MEDALS 


minol DAYS SALE. 


Wednesday, 20th July, 1932 


AT HALF-PAST ONE PRECISELY. 


ENGLISH GOLD COINS. 
Edward III noble (1361-69) during the treaty of Bretigny, 
EDWARD . DEI . GRA . REX . ANGL,. DNS . HYB. Z. AQT. 


annulet before Edward. Very fine if 


Henry VI noble, annulet coinage (1422-25) lis after HENRIC, 


annulet at king’s wrist and in one spandril of tressure. Very 
fine 1 
James I Scottish Unite m.m. thistle 1605, first issue with 
shield of Scotland in second quarter. Very fine and very 
rare 1 


Charles I Unite m.m. lis (1625) first type with bust in ruff and 
square shield. Fine and rare 1 





Quarter Unite m.m. plume (1630-31), bust in ruff oval 
shield i 





Scottish Unite by Briot m.m. thistle and B rev. us . 
PR&SVM . VT . PROSIM, Square crowned shield the arms of 


Scotland in the first and fourth quarters. Extremely fine 1 
Commonwealth, Unite 1653 m.m. sun usual type. Very 
good and scarce 1 


Oliver Cromwell Broad 1656, obv, oLIVAR . D .GR.P. ANG. 
SCO. Er. HIB . PRO, head to left, rev. PAX . QVARITVR . 
BELLO . crowned shield. Extremely fine 1 


Charles I] guinea 1677 rounded truncation to bust, elephant 


and castle below. Fine and rare ] 


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William and Mary Five Guineas 1691 edge ANNO . REGNI . 
TERTIO. Fine and rare 1 


George I Two Guineas 1726 edge milled. Very fine ] 


— Half guinea 1725 quarter guinea 1718; George III, half 
guinea 1803, third guineas 1803 and 1804, quarter guinea 1762. 
All fine 6 


George II, Two Guineas 1739, old head type. Fine and 
Scarce ¥ ] 


George III Coronation 22nd Sept. 1761, gold medal by Louis 
Nattier vev. PATRIZ OVANTI Britannia crowning the king. 
Extremely fine i 


George IV Two Pounds 1823 by Pistrucci, edge ANNO . REGNI . 
iv. Brilliant condition il 


—— Two Pounds 1826, by Wyon after Chantrey’s model 
edge ANNO . REGNI . SEPTIMO. A proof in brilliant condition 1 


FOREIGN GOLD COINS, 


FRANCE Louis XIII (1610-43) half louis 1641; Louis XIV (1643- 
1715) louis 1645 and 1650. All very fine 3 


—— Louis XIV (1643-1715) louis 1681 another 1692 and half 
louis 1694. All very fine 3 


—— Louis XV. (1715-74) louis 1721 small bust date below, 
louis 1770 large bust date on reverse. Both very fine 2 





Louis XVI (1774-92) double louis 1785 by Duvivier. 
Very fine and rare il 





Louis XVIII (1815-24) 20 francs 1814, 20 francs 1815. 
Both very fine 2 


AustTRaALia Adelaide Sovereign 1852 obv. GOVERNMENT ASSAY 
OFFICE * ADELAIDE * rev. WEIGHT 5 DWT: 15 GRS: * 22 CARATS. 
Fine 1 
CanabaA, Two dollars 1882, small H below date. Very fine 1 


INpDtA Mobur of Shah Alum struck in the 19th year of his reign ; 
George III spade guinea 1794. Fine 2 


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Inpia Samudragupta (326-75 A.D.) stater of horse sacrifice 
type. Very fine and rare | 


InpiA. Kumaragupta | (413-55 A.D.) stater of horseman type 
rev. horseman to right. Very fine and rare 


AnGLo-GaLlic, Edward III Leopard rare but cracked, Henry 
VI Salute m.m. lis (St. Lo). Very fine 2 


HamBurG Five ducats on the Peace of Amiens 1802 obv. DES 
WIEDER GEGEBENEN FRIEDENS the god of the Elbe upholding 
peace. Very fine 1 


Maura, Francis Ximenes de Texada (1773-5) 20 Scudi 1774, 
bust to right vev. crowned shield. Fine and rare i! 


NapLes Ferdinand IV, 6 ducats 1766 young head to right; 
6 ducats 1776 old head, Both fine 2 


Houianp Utrecht proof Doit 1755 in gold and Zeeland proof 
half Doit 1753. Very fine 





Zeeland 2 Stuivers 1726, Stuiver 1741 and Gueldres 
Stuiver 1757. All very fine and in gold 3 


Russia, Peter-the-Great (1689-1725) two Roubles 1720. rev. 
St. Andrew, and another 1721. The former very fine the 
latter cracked 





Elizabeth (1741-61) two roubles 1756 and rouble 1758; 
Catherine II (1762-96) five roubles 1785. All very fine 3 





Nicholas I (1825-55) 5 roubles 1837; Alexander III 
5 roubles 1884. Both in mint state 7 


— Alexander I] (1855-1881) 5 roubles 1860, and 3 roubles 
1881. Both in mint state 9 


— Nicholas II Twenty-five Roubles 1896 obv. his bust to 
left and titles rev. Russian eagle, the value and date around. 
Fine and very rare 1 


Gwarior Madho Rao II Third Mohur S 1959 (= 1901) obv. 
bust to right with inscription rev. arms and supporters. Mint 
state and rare 1 


InpiA, Ramatanka or temple coin, obv. Hanuman the monkey 
god, rev. religious procession. Very fine it 


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Japan Twenty Yen of the first issue Meiji 3, dragon rev. sun, 

wreath, flags and chrysanthemum, Mint state and rare 1 
Ten Yen similar but dated Meiji 4. Mint state 1 


—— Five Yen and Two Yen, Meiji 3, One Yen Meiji 4. All 
very fine 3 


Persia Muzzafer-ed-Din double Toman 1322 (= 1905 A.D.) 
obv. bust to left rev. inscription within wreath. Mint state 
and rare il 


Java, ducat of Holland 1758 countermarked by the Dutch East 
India Company for use in Java. Very fine and extremely 
rare 1 


COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS. 


Medals, Henry Prince of Wales; Marriage of Charles I and 
Henrietta Maria; Birth of Prince Charles 1630; Return of 
(Charles I to London; Birth of Prince James 1633. M.JI. 
200/29, 238/1, 34, 62 and 64. Fine and scarce 5 


Gold Medal of the Peace of Breda, 1667 by J. Roettier, obv. 
CAROLVS , SECUNDUS . DEI . GRATIA , MAG . BRI . FRAN . ET. 
HIB . REX. laureate head to right no drapery, rev. FAVENTE . 
DEO. Britannia seated to left watching her ships at sea; ex. 
BRITANNIA RESTITUTOR AUGUSTUS. weight 40z. M.I. 535/186. 
Fine and very rare in gold 1 


Gold Medal on the Capture of Buda-Pest, 1686. obv. Fame 
flying over the city and river ex. OVEN . A . REGE . OVO DICTUM 
LEOPOLDG ARMIS ADDICTUM .A. 1686. 2. SEPT. rev. HOC 
RECLUSO . RELIQUA . INCLUDENTUR. Crowned eagle holding 
egg and key. On edge, URBIS EXPUGNATIO ORBIS EST OVATIO. 
weight 1.29 oz. (40.3 grams). Very fine and very rare 


Buda-Pest (Ofen) was taken by the Turks under Suleiman the 
Magnificent in 1529 and was held by them until 1686, when 
after a desperate struggle it was taken by the Imperialists 
under Leopold. 


Foundation of the Edinburgh Exchange. 1753. Bronze Medal, 
obv. Amorial Shield of the Scottish Freemasons, leg. IN THE 
LORD IS ALL, OUR TRUST, vev. Freemasons Insignia, leg. AMOR 
HONOR ET jusTITIA. Med: Illus: see Vol. 2 page 671. Un- 
published. Very fine and extremely rare il 


{8a Charles I and Henrietta Maria. Silver gilt badge, obv. bust of 


Charles I, leg. incuse CAROLUS etc., rev. bust of Henrietta 
Maria, leg. HENRETTA MARIA etc. m.m. Fleur-de-lis. Med: 
Illus: 1. 254/215. Very rare 1 


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Northampton Theatre Ticket. Erected 1805. Very fine | 


Collection of 29 Admiral Vernon medals, all varied and no 
duplicates. Fine 29 


George II. and Caroline. 1732. Silver medal, obv. their 
heads, rev, seven members of the Royal Family. Med: Illus: 


1, 500/47. Very fine 1 


Childbirth of Princess Anne of Orange. 1736. Silver medal. 
Med: Illus: 2. 516/71. Very fine 1 


Pewter, John Law, the Financier, 1720. Pewter medal, obv. half- 


length figure of Law, rev. inscription, KWIA MVNTS etc. 


extremely rare. Med. Illus: 2. 450/56 


Kings of France, set of 69 gilt portrait medals and one 


explanatory, all numbered on reverse. Very fine 70 
Elgin Marbles, set of 30 bronze medals. Very fine 30 


Gold medal by Andrieu on the marriage of Napoleon and Marie 
Louise 1810, obv. their two portraits conjoined. Very fine 1 


Scotland, gold medal of Francis and Mary obv, FRANC . ET . 
MARIA . D. G. REX . ET . REGINA , SCO. busts facing 1558 
rev, POSVIMVS . DEVM . etc. crowned shield, weight 117 gers. 
Interesting but probably not contemporary 1 


Spain, Philip IY (1621-26) piece of 50 reales, obv. pHiLirrvs . 
iil . D.G. elaborately quartered shield crowned, 50 to right, 
R and two tier colonade to left, rev. HISPANIARVM . REX . 1635. 


Fine and very rare 


Segment of Mexican 2 Reale piece countermarked M 
(MONTSERRAT); AZ, Cayenne double sou, similar countermark, 
and a metal blank stamped with a large M current for a 


_ farthing before 1760 and known locally as a ‘‘ Dogge ”’ 3 


GENEVA pattern 10 Francs 1848 edge milled; GREECE pattern 
Phoenix 1828 of the republic struck by Capo d’Istria. Both 
very fine 2 


Charles I Royalist badge obv. bust of Charles to left rev. bust 
of Henrietta Maria to left on legend. Oval gilt and of better 
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AN’, Gold medal by Pistrucci of Queen Caroline, rev. copied from a 
didrachm of Naples in classical style, the inscription in Greek 
characters. Very fine 1 


AZ, Roman sextans, dupondius and a tin washed coin of Maxentius ; 
AR, William I pax penny of Wallingford. Fine 4 


AR, Thalers of Aargau 1849, Appenzell 1816, Geneva 1851, and 
other large coins and medals. Very fine 8 


AZ, <A miscellaneous lot of coins, medals, etc., in cash box 


SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TOKENS. 


numbered according to |Villiamson’s edition of Boyne and in fine 


condition. 


BERKSHIRE, 4, 30, 34, 39, 43, 49, 51, 52, 54, 59, 60, 89, 99, 104, 126, 
130, 131, 141, 154, 158. BuckInGHAMSHIRE, 11 2 


CAMBRIDGESHIRE, 4, 7, 20, 28, 39, 52, 67, (1, (2, 84, 121, 20h 
DERBYSHIRE, 18, 40, 110 15 


DEVONSHIRE, 10, 72, 142, 350, 367. DorRSETSHIRE, 538, 54, 55, 
91, 93, 96, 155, 194. Essex, 97, 101, 114, 123, 127, 198, 
130, 131, 134, 135, 139, 143, 158, 154, 161, 205, 351 30 


GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 30, 31, 44, 47, 50, 54, 58, 
66, 74, 77, 79, 80, 81, 84, 94, 95, 100, 101, 102, 124, 161, 
163, 172, 190, 201, 206, 215, 222, and one unpublished 35 


HAMPSHIRE, 3, 5, 13, 14, 15, 18, 18a, 19, 20, 20a, 24, 27, 28, 29, 
32, 38, 35, 38, 43, 46, 92, 113, 123, 197, 137, 140, 141, 


qr, 148. Who. ioe, 160! GT. tbe aia, is 36 
HampsuHire, 183, 184, 185, 195, 202, 210, 214, 221, 223, 226, 228, 
939, 233, and one unpublished. HEREFORDSHIRE, © 30. 
HERTFORDSHIRE, 1, 7, 11, 16, 21, 29, 90, 157, 168, 165, 197, 
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HUNTINGDONSHIRE, 3, 7, l4a, 21, 62, 683. KENT, 18, 50, 58, 61, 
65, 69, 148, 158, 199, 2138, 224, 366, 380, 385, 389, 395, 430, 
463, 537, 543, 552 27 
LANCASHIRE, 18, 28. LEICESTERSHIRE, 50. LINCOLNSHIRE, 15, 56, 


96, 135, 138, 151, 169, 234. Lonpon, 4, 50, 60, 130, 193, 
216, 286, 294, 297 20 


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LONDON, 362; 381, 389, 392, 393, 453, 499, 713, 714, 742, 783, 


Odyseue, Yoo, 999, 994, 1010, 1021, 1022, 1078, 1096, 1104, 
1125, 1134, 1200, 1216, 1252, 1328, 1346 30 


Lonpbon, 1385, 1476, 1526, 1682, 1702, 1799, 1805, 1902, 1916, 1981, 
ier, wove. 1997, 2031, 2238, .2249, 2971, 2281, 2299, 2322, 
2337, 2367, 2407, 2426, 2463, 2482, 2503, 2532, 2535, 2550 30 


Lonpon, 2592, 2597, 2615, 2650, 2656, 2664, 2685, 2732, 2781, 
2782, 2794, 2901, 2933, 2939, 2985, 3010, 3018, 3030, 3066, 
3080, 3114, 3121, 3138, 3165, 3180, 3188, 3265, 3285, 3294, 


3308, 3331, 3490 32 
Mipppssps, 4 19, 88, 102, 111. MONMOUTHSHIRE, 14, 15. 


NorFOLK, 27, 59, 63, 64, 65, 70, 102, 103, 125, 164, 166, 170, 
189, 225, 226, 227, 228, 240, 271, 272, 274, 284, 285, 286, 


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NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, 2, 47, 88, 127, 138, 146, and one unpublished. 


NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, 51. OXFORDSHIRE, 7, 23, 38, 42, 46, 48, 
Gly die Soe OD, LO7, 108 20 


OXFORDSHIRE, 111, 115, 120, 121, 124, 125, 128, 129, 133, 134, 
137, 142, 145, 146, 148, 150, 152, 156, 157, 158, 159, 163, 
167, 168, 171, 172, 179, 181, 200, 206, 233, 234, 238, 239, 


241, 244, 247 37 
SHROPSHIRE, 7, 25, 53, ce. 82, 84, 86. SOMERSETSHIRE, I, 6, 15, 
VOU eowao, 50; bo, 58, 59, 66, 73, 82, 83, 85, 96, 98, 100, 
LOO; TL; 125, 127. 30 


SOMERGEDSHMRE. loo, (41, 148, 150, 156, 159, 175, 187, 190, 208, 
Mielec 224. 226, 226a, 227, 228, 229, 230, 233, 246, 
DA9, 2od, 2b, 207, 258, 259, 287, 289, 300, 301, 302, 310, 326, 
Gal, OA, Gor, 300, 308, 341 4] 


SOUTHWARK, 56, 115, 120, 139, 161, 340, 403, 487. SurroLkx, 10, 
39, 40, 46, 50, 56, 65, 69, 81, 158, 200, 224, 225, 285, 289, 


290, 294, 296, 298, 362, 374 29 
SurrREY, 98, 110. SUSSEX, fo, LIL. Warwickshire, 50, 55, 71, 
HO2eeuieiese 189. VWESTMORELAND, 5.  Wu£LTSHIRE, 1, 19, 
20, 24, 34, 46, 59, 66 20 


Wirsmine, 67, 69, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 76, 79, 98, 103, 119, 123, 
(gee eoy ler, 141, 143, 146, 165, 167, 171, 172, 184, 197, 
199, 204, 210, 211, 215 30 


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WILTSHIRE, 222, 239, 240, 249, 251. WORCESTERSHIRE, 2, 42, 


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IRELAND, 201, 201b, 210, 284, 348, 379, 416, 547, 563, 715. Prrer- 

BOROUGH, 106. Uncertain (9) 20 
GREEK COINS. 

Didrachms of Metapontum (2) Agrigentum (2) Gela and Velia 6 


Tarentum, didrachms (4) one of 5th century style, one Tarentine- 
Campanian. Good 4 


Tarentum, didrachms of 3rd Century style, three varied types. 
Good 6 


Miscellaneous silver of the West from didrachms downwards, 
Cyrene, etc: 24 


Gold stater of Alexander the Great, mint-mark fulmen. Very fine 1 


Similar gold stater, mint-mark monogram in wreath. Very fine 
but has been mounted ] 


Tetradrachms of Macedonia under the Romans (2) varied types, fine, 
and of Alexander the Great, and two drachms of the same. 
Fine 5 


Staters of Corinthian type of Locri, Anactorium, and Dyrrhachium. 
All fine and the first scarce 3 


Fifth century tetradrachms of Athens, all of Archaic style, and all 
very fine 3 


Corinthian staters (4), two archaic, and smaller pieces of Eleutherna 
Cretae, Caphyae (Achaian League), Methymna, Sinope, 
Delphi, etc. 12 


Tetradrachm of Antiochus III of Syria, Young portrait. Very 
good 1 


Tetradrachms of Demetrius I and Alexander Zebina of Syria, Both 


fine 2 


Tetradrachms of Antiochus IX and X of Syria, the latter not 
common. Both very good 2 


Tetradrachms of Prusias II of Bithynia, Tigranes of Armenia, and 
Philip Philadelphus (2) of Syria. The first two scarce 4 


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Tetradrachms of Hippostratus of Bactria, one rev Tyche, on other 
rev, King mounted. Both rare and fine 2 


Bactrian drachms of Heliocles, Lysias (2), Zoilus (2) Antimachus 


Archebius, Hippostratus, and Menander. Mostly fine and 
rare 2 
Greek A# of Syracuse and other states. Many very fine 20 


AR, Ten Sabeian didrachms (Arabia) being rough copies of the 


Athenian issues. Rare 10 
E, Greek bronze of Syria, including serrated coins. Good con- 
dition 57 


As, Greek bronze of Antioch, Aradus, Egypt, Samosata, Seleucis 
and Pieris. Good condition 43 


AJ, Cyrene (B.C. 431-323) gold 1/10th staters obv. head of Zeus 
to left rev. Head of Nymph Kyrene, ten similar coins part of a 
hoard. Very fine 10 


AS, Greek bronze including many fine pieces of Philip II and 
Alexander of Macedon 22 


A’, Macedon, Philip III Aridaeus, B.C. (323-316) stater of the type 
of Alexander-the-Great but PIAITTOY BAXIAEQOX, symbol 


radiate head of Sol. Fine and very rare ] 


A’, Macedon, Philip II (359-336 B.C.) stater of usual type, symbol 
tnunderbold. Good condition ] 


A’, Macedon, Alexander-the-Great (336-323 B.C.) stater of usual 
type symbol serpent. Fine 1 


AR, Tetradrachm of Philip II of Macedon, other Greek AR and a 
sestertius of Etruscilla Wal 


ROMAN COINS. 


AY, Tiberius (10 B.C.—37 A.D.) aureus rev. PONTIF MAXIM Livia 
seated to right. Very fine 1 


A’, Nero (54-68 A.D.) aureus vev. IVPPITER CvSTOS, Zeus seated. 
Good condition if 


A’, Wespasian (69-79 A.D.) aureus rev, vic . AVG. Victory stand- 
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Rome seated to left holding victory. Very fine 1 


Faustina I wife of Antoninus, aureus rev. AETERNITAS, Eternity 
standing to left. Fine and rare I 


Marcus Aurelius (140-180) aureus rev, SALVTI . AVGVSTOR . 
TRP .XVII . Cos ur Hygeia standing before a serpent rising 


from a cippus. Very fine il 


Constantius II (350 A.D.) aureus rev. GLORIA REIPVBLICAE— 


CONS. Rome and Constantinople holding between them a 
shield inscribed VOT XXX. MVLT xxxx. Fine 1 


Julian II the Philosopher (335-363) aureus rev. VIRTVS 
EXERCITVS ROMANORVM—ANTs soldier and captive. Fine and 
vare 1 


Valentinian I (364-375) aureus rev. RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE— 
ANTZ the Emperor crowned by Victory. Very fine 1 


Valens (364-378) aureus rev. similar to last but * Cons. in 
exergue. Very fine 1 


Theodosius I (379-395) aureus rev. vICTORIA . AVGG.—com. the 
two Emperors seated side by side. Very fine l 


Magnus Maximus (383-388) aureus rev. RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE 
—SMTR. the Emperor crowned by Victory. Fine and rare 1 


Arcadius (394-408) aureus rev. VICTORY . AVGGG . COMB . 
soldier crowned by Victory M.D. in field. Very fine 1 


Honorius (395-423) aureus rev. similar to last. Very fine 1 


First Brass of Caligula rev, SPQR . PP. OB CIVES SERVATOS oak 
wreath, Hadrian vev. Neptune. The former very good, the 
latter very fine 2 


First Brass of Nero, Vespasian, Domitian, Trajan, Hadrian, 
Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Julia Mamaea, Alexander 
Severus, etc. Very good 17 


Second Brass of Julius Caesar, Augustus, Nero, Domitian, 
Trajan, Hadrian, etc. (11), Greek bronze (7). Mostly firme a3 


Denarii, Julius Caesar with and without portrait, Antony and 
Cleopatra, Antony and Octavius, Brutus, and two of 
Augustus, Very good State ie 


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133 


134 


135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


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Denarii Pompey the Great, Julius Cesar, Mark Antony, 
Augustus, Domitian, Trajan, Hadrian, Sabina, ete. Very 
good state 25 


Tiberius (10 B.C.—37 A.D.) aureus rev. PoNTIF MAXIM, Livia 
seated to right. Fine | 


Vespasian (69-79 A.D.) aureus rev. ANNONA . AvG . Plenty 
seated facing to left. Fine 1 


Marcianus a 50-457) solidus rev. vICTORY AVGGG.—CONOB . 
Justinus I (518-527) ae rev. VICTORIA AVGGGA—CONOB. Both 
fine 2 


John I. Comnenus (1235-38) nomisma and another of Manuel 
Comnenus (1238-1263). Both fine Y 


Solidus of Focas, another of Heraclius with Heraclius 
Constantine and another with standing figures of Heraclius 
and his two sons. All very fine 3 


Romanus IV (1068-70) and Eudocia with her three sons 
Michael, Constantine and Andronicus standing facing on 
reverse. Fine but pierced i 


Roman Consular denarii of many families. Very good 24 


Theodosius II (408-450) aureus rev. CONCORDIA AAVGGI; Solidus 
of Justin I. The former very fine 2 


Valens (364-378) aureus rev. RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE, the 
Emperor standing holding standard and victory SMNr in 
exergue. Extremely fine 1 


Romano-Campanian denarius, obv. head of Janus rev. 
quadriga; Denarius of Antony and Octavius, their heads on 
either side. C.8. Both very fine 2 


Pompey-the-Great denarii rev. M . MINAT. SAB. PR . Q . and 
anviier cis Er. ORH , EX .°S.c. etc. The latter fine 2 


Julius Cesar, with his bust rev M . METTIVS another without 
his bust rev. P . SEPVLLIVS . MACER. Both fine 2 


Antoninus Pius, fifteen denarii all varied reverses and seven 
of Lucius Verus. Very fine 22 


Commodus, twenty-seven denarti all different and eleven of 
Faustina Junior. All fine 38 


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AR, Albinus denarii rev. FIDES . LEGION . COS . II.; MINER PACIF; 


and PROVID . AVG . cos. Very good scarce coins 3 


A, Trajan Decius (249-251) medallion or double sesterius rev. 
VICTORIA AVG . S.c. Victory running to left. Fine 1 


Denarii of Crassus Junianus (head of Africa), Germanicus with 
reverse of Augustus, Julia Titi, Pertinax, Aelius Cesar, and 


Orbiana, and quinarii of Nero and Hadrian. All scarce 8 
Denarii of the Early Empire, Augustus to Hadrian. All very 
good 20 
Denarii Antoninus Pius to Plautilla. All very good, and some of 
the less common types 23 
Denarii from Tiberius to Geta. All fair, some good 66 


Denarii of Severus, Caracalla, and Geta (2), all of the vICTORIAE 
BRITANNICAE type. Scarce and very good 4 


British struck third brass of Carausius (6) and Allectus (4) including 
the types SALVS, PROVIDENTIA and viRTvs of the former, and 
FIDES MILITUM, LAETITIA and viRTvs of the latter. Mostly 
scarce 10 


London struck AS of Maximianus Hercules (3), Maximinius Daza (3), 
Licinius (3), Constantine I as Caesar (1) as Augustus (7), 
Crispus (2) and Constantine II (2). Many fine specimens 21 


Double Siliquae of Constantius II (3) with types viCTORIAE 
AUGUSTORUM, VOTIS XXv and vOTIS xxx the first plugged; a 
scarce denomination 3 


Gold Solidus of ‘Constantine Gallus, Cesar, rev. Rome and Constanti- 
nople seated, with vor . v. on shield, of great rarity (200 francs 
in Cohen), and well preserved 1 


Siliquae of Julian, Valentinian I, Valens (2), Gratian (2), Valentinian 
If, Theodosius I and Honorius. All good, and a_ pierced 
siligua of Thrasamund King of the Vandals 10 


Gold Solidi of Marcian, and Theodosius I] (GLORIA ORBIS TERRARUM). 
Fine 2 
Byzantine silver of Leo V and Constantine VII, of Constantine X and 
Romanus II, John Zimisces (2) Manuel Comnenus, and Isaac 
Angelus (the last 50 francs in Sabatier, and fine) § 


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Gold Nomisma of John Vatatzes, Emperor at Nicaea (see B.M. 
Catalogue of Nicaean Emperors) obv. John crowned by the 
Virgin, rev. Christ enthroned. Very fine | 


First brass of Claudius, Titus (2), Domitian (2) Hadrian, Aelius 
Cesar, Faustina I (2) and M. Aurelius (3). All good and 
some scarce 12 

First Brass of M. Aurelius (3) Faustina (3) Julia Domna (3) and 
Caracalla (6) two of the last with varied VICTORIAE BRITANNICAE 


types 4 


First brass of Alexander Severus (8) Julia Mammaea (2) Maximinus 


I (5), and Balbinus (3). Mostly fine, and a few scarce 18 


First Brass of Otacilia Severa (3) Trajanus Decius (5) and Gordian 
Iii (12). Nearly all very fine 20 


ENGLISH COINS. 


AN, Ancient British stater, obv. plain rev. disjointed horse to right. 











Evans B. 8. Very fine 1 
ZR, —— Stater Evans F.1.; quarter stater Evans F.9. and 
six various types in bronze. Fine 8 
“Ee, —— Channel Islands type staters Evans I Nos. 1, 4, 5, 
8, 9 and 12, and four Gaulish staters in silver. All fine 10 
AE, —— Iceni type quarter staters Evans XV Nos. l, 2, 3, 
owen 12, 13. Very good 12 


4£, Northumbrian Stycas of Eanred (5), Aethelred (5), Vigmund 
(4). All different moneyers, and very fine 14 


AR, Edward the Confessor ‘*‘ mule ’’ type penny, obv. B.M.C. Type 
iv., vev, B.M.C. Type v. + ARCIL ON EO FER. Extra fine 
and sharp 1 


AR, Shillings (6) of Edward VI profile, m.m. Y, 1549. Full face, 
m.m. Y and tun. Elizabeth hammered issue m.m. lis; milled 


issue m.m. star. Philip and Mary 1555. All fine and scarce 5 
A’, James I Unite, second issue, m.m. lis. A sharp mint state 
example on a large flan, rare 1 


AR, Charles I halfcrown, Exeter, m.m. rose, undated. Mint state 
and an unpublished tvpe of reverse, rare 1 


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Cromwell halfcrown, 1658. 4 brilliant toned example, like 


a proof 1 


Charles II halferown 1679; sixpence 1684; Anne crown 1707 
plain, post-Union; shillings 1702 plain and 1708 plain; 
George II shilling 1736, roses and plumes; George I shilling, 
1723, error with Arms of France at date. Except the last, 
which is very rare, all are extra fine “f 


Charles II halfpenny, 1673, extra fine with unsually clear date. 
Anne farthing, 1714, ANNA DEI GRATIA, extra fine with dark 
tone. Fine and rare in this condition 2 


IrisH. Charles II halfpennies 1680 and 1683; George II 
farthings 1738 and 1760; George III halfpennies 1766, 1769 
(two, one with broad bust), 1775, 1781 and 1782; penny 1805; 
proof farthing 1806; George IV pennies 1822 and 1823; half- 
penny 1823. An extra fine lot, some in mint state 15 


Edward VI Crown 1551 m.m. Y (Sir John Yorke, Southwark 
mint). A fine round coin 1 


Philip II of Spain ducat of Naples with English title :—Prurip . 
R , ANG . FRAN . NEAP . PR . HIS . bust to right. Very fine 


and an interesting coin 1 
Elizabeth, ‘Crown m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre to G of REGINA. A 
fine round coin with an exceptionally good portrait 1 





Portcullis half dollar, m.m. O (1600), rev. posvi . DEvVM . 
ADIVTOREM . MEVM . portcullis crowned Atkins 2. Fine and 
rare il 


Charles I Shrewsbury-Oxford Half Pound 1642 m.m, plumes . 
CAROLVS .D.G. MAGN . BRIT . FRAN: ET: HIB: REX. Charles 
riding to left over ground strewn with arms rev. no mint mark 
but with three Shrewsbury type plumes above the Declaration. 
Very fine and rare 1 


Commonwealth Crown 1656 die altered from 1654, m.m. sun. 


Very fine and round, and rare date 1 


Oliver Cromwell Crown 1658 by Thomas Simon, the usual 


die flaw hardly visible. Extremely fine iL 


Crowns of Charles II 1662, 1664 and 1673; James II 1687; 
William III 1696; Anne 1708, George I] 1741 roses, 1750 plain. 
All very good fe 


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Crowns of William and Mary 1691; George I 1716 roses and 
plumes in reverse angles. Both very fine, scarce coins 2 
George IV pattern crown 1826 Chantrey’s bust edge SEPTIMO; 
Victoria crown 1844 young head edge ANNO REGNI vi, = Very 
fine 2 
William IV pattern Crown 1831 by Wyon, w.w. incuse on 


truncation of bust, edge plain. A brilliant proof from the 
Baines collection, very rare ] 


Victoria crowns 1847 Gothic type one with plain, the other with 
inscribed edge. Very fine 2 


George III sixpences 1787, two; William IV halferown, shilling 
and sixpence 1831; Victoria graceless florin 1848 and sixpence 
1839. All brilliant plain edge proofs 7 


Halfcrowns of ‘Charles II, James II, William and Mary both 
types, William III, Anne, George I, George II young and 
old heads, George IV. Fine 10 


Shillings Charles II to George III, including Northumberland 
fypeml ive (Lo), Sixpences Charles Il to George III (11). 
Mostly fine 26 


Countermarked Spanish dollars oval and octagonal stamps and 
two similar half dollars; Bank of England dollar, two 3/- 
tokens and two 1/6d. tokens; Bank of Ireland 6/-, 30 pence, 
10 pence and 5 pence tokens, etc. Fine Lee 


Maundy coins, twenty-three complete sets from Charles II to 
George V each reign represented, including Wire Money set 


1792, Very fine oD 
William and Mary Crown 1692, edge gvartTo. A very fine 
well struck coin ] 


William ITI Crowns 1695 edge octavo and 1696 edge octavo. 
Both very fine 2 


George I Crown 1716, rev. roses and plumes edge sECVNDO; 
George II Crown 1741 young head type rev. roses edge DECIMO . 
QVARTO. Both very fine 2 


William IV pattern Crown 1831 by W. Wyon, WW. incuse 


on truncation of bust. A very fine plain edged proof, very 
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Anglo-Danish penny of the CUNNETTI type; two pennies of PAXS type 
of William I (Winchester and Southwark); and two ‘‘ Tealby ”’ 
type pennies of Henry II. 5 


Exeter Crown (1644) of Charles I and other hammered pieces, 
including a broken Portcullis sixpence of Elizabeth. Many 


good 32 
London Groat of Richard III (Sun and Rose), fine. Half crown and 
and testoon of Edward VI 3 
A’, Half Sovereign of Henry VIII, m.m. E. of his last issue It 


Milled shilling of Elizabeth, testoon of Mary Queen of Scots (1558), 
Briot halferown of Charles I and hammered sixpence of 
Charles II of third issue. All fine 4 


Edinburgh crown of Anne (1707) and other milled silver, including 
Bristol sixpences of William III, and some Maundy money 45 


Reformation Centenary half-taler of 1530-1630, and talers of John 
‘Casimir and John Ernest and John George of Saxony. All 
very good 4 


AR, Touch pieces of James III, the young Pretender and of Henry 
IX, the last of the Stuarts. Both pierced for use and very 
fine 9 


AR, Three shillings Bank token 1811, countermarked BRADFORD 
WORKHOUSE in two segmental indents, also eighteen penny 
token 1812 with similar countermark. Very fine 2 


AX, Nineteenth Century silver Tokens: Eighteenpence (4), Shilling's 
(17), Sixpences (4). All different and very fine 25 


AR, An interesting series of silver Love Tokens and other en- 


graved silver coins 18 


AR, Various brockages and other mis-struck coins (14) and seven 


in bronze. An interesting lot 21 
AR, Foreign silver coins of many Countries. Weight 19 ozs. 
All fine 140 


AR, Countermarked Spanish Dollar 1792, and other silver (33), and 
copper coins (9) 42 





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mint; another fifth issue, bust rev. rose on cross Drogheda 
mint. The first fine and very rare 2 


‘Charles II crown 1666 year of the Fire, fine; Philip and Mary 
shillings of 1554 and undated (3), other British and Colonial 
silver tbe 


Foreign silver of dollar size (9), lesser values (29), coppers 
including six Tobacco Company patterns (20), Roman denari 


(12) 68 


A collection of Farthings :—Charles (2), William and Mary, 
William II1, Anne (2), George I (4), George II (3), George IT] 
(4), George IV (3), William IV (2), Victoria (6), 
Edward VII, and one Irish and one Manx. = All different and 
in very fine condition Jl 


A collection of English pennies George III to Victoria. Some 


fine 83 


Pennies of Aethelred II] two, Canute, Edward-the-Confessor 
(3), Halfcrown of William III 1701, plumes in angles of 
reverse and Charles II pattern halfpenny 1676. Very good 8 


A collection of U.S.A. cents 1794 to 1853 (40) and four half- 


Gents. Very good 44 


Twelve silver coins and a parcel of bronze including a piece of 


Siamese ‘‘ hat money ”’ parcel 
A’, GuELDERS William IX (1372-1402) gold gulden. Fine il 
AR, English and Scottish hammered silver including a penny of 
William I (37), milled coins including Northumberland shilling 
and graceless florin (20) 57 
AR, Siege pieces etc. of Amsterdam 1578 Breda 1625, Ulm 1704, 
Zamosc (Poland) 1813 and others. Interesting 8 
fR, Medals of Napoleon 1814, War in Italy 1859, ‘‘ Valeur et 
Discipline ’? Louis Napoleon’s issue and various coins 50 
A, Liverpool, badge to T. Morison one of the Independent 
Minority 738 who voted for Thos.’ Leyland 1816, Manchester 
shilling token and Dundee shilling. Very fine 3 
Az, Anne farthing 1714 and eleven Manx tokens. Fine 12 


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A series of Bronze Portrait medals of the Kings of France. 


Very fine 49 
Various bronze coins and medals including many relative to 
the French Revolution (140) and Roman bronze parcel 
Massachusetts pine tree shilling 1652. Mint state 1 


Bank of Montreal penny token 1839, showing side view of 
bank. Very fine iL 


Victoria Gothic Crown 1853. Very fine and a scarce date 1 


Provincial halferown tokens of Gloucester and Reading, 
florin tokens of Bath and Frome Selwood. Fine 4 


India, double rupee of a Native State. Fine and very rare 1 


Newcastle 1810, racing ticket, obv. view of the Grand Stand, 
vev, engraved Capt. Hon. J. A. Bennet, R.N. Fine and 


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True Briton’s Society, instituted 1802 hall marked silver 
medal presented to Mr. Thomas Hobbs 22 Sept 1849 1 


Silver medal with gold rim, obv. a castle, Enniskillen No. 1. 
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Farmers ‘Club, rev. a wheatsheaf, cannon, compasses, inscrip- 
tion, Peace and Plenty, Cincinnatus 1 


Maria Theresia dollar, countermarked crown. P.M. for currency 
in Mozambique. Fine and scarce 1 


King’s Theatre, Haymarket, silver gilt pass, obv. the Royal Arms 


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with Hanoverian shield, rev, a crown. (Davis 297) 1 


A miscellaneous lot of Greek Roman and modern coppers, 
also a copy of the Lusitania medal about 400 


Shillings of William and Mary, Anne, George III and George 
IV (8), half crown of Charles II and other silver coins. 
Fine 40 


Sixteen Roman first brass, 44 second brass and 60 third brass. 
Some fine 120 


Medals, Peace of Utrecht 1713 large and small sizes; Queen 
Anve’s Bounty 1704; Coronation of George II 1727, and the 
accession of Ulrica Eleonora to the throne of Sweden 1719. 
Very fine D 


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fR, Stater of Metapontum, tetradrachm of Alexander the Great; 
shillings of James I, Charles I, Oxford mint 1643, Common- 
wealth and Cromwell 1658; George III crown 1818; taler of 
Saxony 1622, and other silver coins (19), A’, U.S.A. half 
dollar 1867, and AZ, Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius 2] 


AR, Victoria gothic crowns 1847, two, both with inscribed edges; 
Halfcrown, 1839 edge plain. Very fine 3 


AR, Crowns of William III 1696, George I 1723, George II 1743, 
other silver coins (20) and gold ducat of Bertuccio Valerio of 
Venice 24 


CABINETS AND BOOKS. 


G. F. Hill’s Historical Greek and Historical Roman Coins and ten 
Monographs of the American Numismatic Society 12 


Mahogany Cabinet fitted with 40 pierced trays in two tiers, folding 
doors lock and key, 1lin. by 14in. if 


Mahogany Cabinet with fall-down front fitted with nine pierced coin 
trays blue cloth rounds, lock and key 1 


Mahogany Cabinet fitted with 36 shallow drawers and one deep 
drawer, double doors, lock and key. Height 25in., width 19in., 
depth 12in. Very suitable for war medals 1 


Mahogany cabinet fitted with 12 trays pierced for 590 coins, and 
deep drawer, folding doors, lock and key. Height 191n., 
width 20in., depth lin. 1 


Ebonized cabinet fitted with 14 trays pierced for 376 coins and five 
drawers, folding doors, lock and key. Height 12in., width 
l4in., depth 10in. 1 


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AT 1.30 P.M. PRECISELY. 


MILITARY AND NAVAL MEDALS. 


Waterloo 1815 (George Davis 10th Royal Regt. Hussars). Very 
fine | 
Waterloo 1815 (Richard Wiebling, 13th Regt. Light Dragoons). 
Fine ] 
Waterloo 1815 (William Dumayne 3rd Batt. I4th Regt. Foot). 


Eixtra fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (John Warwick, 2nd Batt. 69th Regt. Foot). Very 
fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (James Anthony 12th Regt. Light Dragoons). Very 
fine | 


Waterloo 1815. (Henry Bock, 2nd Regt, Light Dragoons K.G.L.). 
Very fine i 
Waterloo 1815 (Christian Hesse, Ist Light Batt. K.G.L.). Extra 
fine 1 


Hanoverian Waterloo 1815 (Landwehr Batt. Hoya and Landwehr 
Batt. Bremervoerde). Fine 9 


Waterloo 1815 (William Rhodes, Ist Batt S5th Regt. Foot). Fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (Captain Henry Lindsay 69th Regt. Foot). Fine 1 


Severely wounded at Quatre Bras in defending the Colours, 
placed on half pay 16th December, 1819. 


Waterloo 1815 (Richard Falkner, Gunner Royal Foot Arty). Fine 1 


Military General Service one bar Vimiera (John Parr, 9th Foot). 
Extra fine and rare | 


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One bar Fuentes d’Onor (Edward McNally 42nd Foot). Extra fine 
and rare 1 
One bar Orthes (Thomas Davy, 32nd Foot). Fine and scarce ] 
Two bars Busaco, Salamanca (John Canter, 9th Foot). Extra 
fine ] 


Military General Service medal with six bars Badajoz, Salamanca, 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Orthes, Toulouse (James Rieley 52nd 
Foot), Fine ] 


Three bars Vimiera, Corunna, Salamanca (James Hancock, 36th 


Foot). Very fine 1 
Two bars Roleia Vimiera (A. Manson Serjt. 71st Foot). Very fine 
and rare 1 


The only medal with this combination of bars to this regiment. 


Two bars Nivelle, Nive (E. Darley, Major 62nd Foot). Very fine 1 
Afterwards Lieut, General. 

Seven bars, Corunna, Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 
Toulouse (James Perry, Serjt. 36th Foot). Verified medal 
and bars fine, clasp repaired ] 

Two bars Egypt Maida (Hugh Ample 27th Foot). Fine and rare | 


One bar Java (Edward Jones, 59th Foot). Brilliant state 1 


Naval General Service one bar 23. June 1795 (Wm. Farrington, 


Masters Mate). Brilliant state ] 
One bar Martinique (George Bornstead). Very fine i 


One bar Boat Service 1 Nov. 1809 (Joseph Summers). Very fine 1 
One bar Syria (Edmond Hearle, Captain R.M.). Very fine 1 


Army of India, one bar Nepaul (W. Mosley 24th Foot). Fine and 
scarce 1 


Ghuznee 23rd July 1839 (John Moore 16th Lancers). Very fine 1 


Ghuznee 23rd July 1839 (Josh. O. Brennan 17th Regt). Very 
fine 1 


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Ghuznee 23 July 1839 (17th Regt.) and Mutiny medal two bars 
Defence of Lucknow, Lucknow (Sergt. J. Graham, 84th 
Regt). Fine 2 


Cabul 1842 (William Platt, H.M. 31st Regt). Very fine 1 


Ghuznee Cabul 1842, two wreaths and medal for Hyderabad 1843, 
both to Quarter Master G. Tims, Bombay Horse Arty. Very 
fine and rare 2 


Hyderabad 1843 (Wm. Howard, 22nd Regt.) i 


Maharajpoor 29th Decr. 1843 (Private John Whitfield, H.M. 16th 
Lancers). Very fine 1 


Sutle} campaign Moodkee 1845 three bars Ferozeshuhur, Aliwal, 
Sobraon (James Firth, 50th Regt). Fine 1 


Sutlej campaign Aliwal 1846 one bar Sobraon (16th Lancers) and 
Punjab medal 1849 (4th Batt Arty I.A.). Very fine 2 


Sutle] medal Ferozeshuhur 1845 with bar for Sobraon and Indian 
Mutiny medal one bar Dehli (Captain C. R. Wriford Ist 
European Bengal Fusiliers). Fine and scarce 2 


Punjab 1849 two bars Mooltan, Goojerat and I.G.S. one bar North 
West Frontier both to Lieut H. G. Raverty 3rd Bombay N.I. 
Very fine 2 


Punjab 1849, two bars Chilianwala, Goojerat (W. W. Agnew 3rd 
Light Dragoons). Fine 1 


India. Order of Merit, second class, awarded for conspicuous 
gallantry in the Field. Fine it 


Indian Mutiny, one bar Central India (Ensign J. Thomson 72nd 
Highlanders). Very fine 1 


Two bars Lucknow, Relief of Lucknow (23rd R. Welch Fusrs.) and 
Hyderabad Shooting medal. Fine 2 


Indian Mutiny medals (75th Regt. and Bombay Arty) one bar 
Lucknow, Crimea three bars Alma, Balaklava, Sebastopol and 
Turkish Crimea (S. G, Parsons 42nd Regt). Fine 5 


Naval medal one bar Lucknow (John Bell, Ord. Shannon). Fine 
and scarce 1 





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297 


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299 


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One bar Central India (Asst. Surgeon J. C. Knipe, 88th Regt). 
Fine | 


India General Service one bar Persia (Bombay Arty), Burma 1885-7 
(H.M.S. Bacchante), Burma 1887-89 (Leicester Regt), Sikkim 
1888 (Derby Regt) Hazara 1888 (R. Irish Regt). Extra 
fine 5 


Burma 1887-89 (Leicester Regt. 2), Chin Lushai 1889-90 (28th 
Bombay Infy), N.E. Frontier 1891 (K.R.R.C.), Waziristan 
1894-5 (Border Regt). Extra fine 5 


George V. 1.G.S. medals one bar Waziristan 1919-21, Waziristan 
1921-24 and Malabar 1921-22. Very fine 3 


Indian Frontier, one bar Relief of Chitral 1895 (East Kent Regt), 
two bars Tirah, Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (Northampton Regt), 
North West Frontier 1908 (R. Warwick Regt), Afghanistan 
N.W.F. 1919 (Maxim Gun Corps) Waziristan 1919-21 (The 
Queen’s). Very fine 5 


Dicthamisram Nokavy. 1919 (R.F.A., R.A., R. Sussex Regt), 
Waziristan 1919-21 (Norfolk Regt). Very fine 4 


Waziristan 1919-21 (K.R.R.C.) Malabar 1921-22 (Suffolk Regt). 
Very fine 2 


Waziristan 1921-24 and medal for Distinguished Conduct in the 
Field both to Corpl. E. G. Marshallsay, Tank Corps and 
R. Engineers. Fine 9 


One bar Waziristan 1894-5 (Captain G. A. McCarthy 19th Punjab 
Infy). Very fine 1 


Afghan 1878-7°-80, three bars Charasia, ‘abul, Kandahar and 
bronze star Kabul to Kandahar (92nd Highlanders), one bar 
Ali Musjid (17th Regt). Very fine 3 


One bar Ali Musjid (17th Regt) three, and medal without bar (17th 
Regt). Extra fine 4 


India two bars Waziristan 1919-21 Waziristan 1921-24 (The Queen’s 
Regt and Tank Corps, one bar Malabar 1921-22 (Dorset Regt.). 
Very fine 3 


‘Crimea medal four bars Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol 
(J. Waldron, 2nd Bn. Rifle Brigade). Edge impressed, 
extra fine 1 


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Crimea medal Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol (30th Regt), one bar 
Sebastopol, medal without bar, Baltic 1854-55 and_ three 


Turkish Crimea medals. Fine 7 


Three bars Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol and Turkish Crimea 


(J. McTrustry 4th D. Guards). Fine 2 
Tibet 1903-4 one bar Gyantse (G. Hickson Royal Fusiliers). Very 
fine 1 


China, two bars Taku Forts 1860, Pekin 1860 (4th Bn. 13th Bde. 
R.A.), and Tibet, one bar Gyantse (R.G.A.). Very fine 2 


China 1842 (W. D. Puget, Commander H.M.S. Melville). Very 
fine 1 


New Zealand medal without date (Ensign Fredk. W. Pace, 68th 
Foot). Very fine 1 
Promoted Lieutenant January 1868. 


New Zealand 1863 to 1864 (S. Grieve, Gunner R.M.A., H.M.S. 
Curacoa). Fine 1 


New Zealand 1845 to 1846. (J. Robinson, A.B. H.M.S. Hazard). 
Mint state it 


New Zealand 1845 to 1846. (W. Brown, Pte. R.M. H.M.S. Osprey). 
Mint state 1 


New Zealand 1845 to 1846 (T. Woodman, Boats mate. H.M.S. 
North Star). Mint state 1 


New Zealand 1845 to 1846 (J. Flauerty, A.B. H.M.S. Castor). Very 
fine 1 


New Zealand 1845 to 1847 (J. Brown, Boy H.M.S. Racehorse). 
Very fine 1 


New Zealand 1846 to 1847 (W. Beard Caulker, H.M.S. Calliope). 
Very fine ] 


New Zealand 1860 to 1861 (C. Bristo, A.B. H.M.S. Niger). 
Fine 1 


New Zealand 1860 to 1861 (E. Ryder, Carpenters Crew H.M.S. 
Cordelia). Very fine ] 


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324 


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New Zealand 1860 to 1861 (G. Adams, Pte. R. M. H.M.S. Pelorus). 
Fine | 


New Zealand 1863 to 1864 (J. H. Templet, A.B. H.M.S. Esk). 
Fine 1 


New Zealand 1863 to 1864 (H. Rose, Blacksmith, H.M.S. Harrier). 
Fine 1 


New Zealand 1863 to 1864 (John Mackenzie, Bos. Mate, H.M.S. 
Curacoa). Very fine 1 


New Zealand 1863 to'1865 (R. Cleave, A.B. H.M.S. Eclipse). 
Very fine 1 


New Zealand 1864 to 1866 (Sergt. Fredk. Earley 68th Light 
Infantry, and medal without date (T. Wyatt Ist Bn. 12th 
Foot). Fine 2 


Egypt 1882 five bars Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El Teb-Tamaai, 
The Nile 1884-85 Kirbekan (Private T. Smith, 19th Hussars). 
Very fine il 


Five bars Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El Teb Tamaai, The Nile 1844- 
85, Kirbekan (Pte. A. Robertson lst Royal Highlanders). Very 
fine iL 


Five bars Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El Teb The Nile 1884-85, 
Kirbekan (Pte. J. New, Ist Royal Highlanders). Very fine 1 


Khedives Sudan medal two bars Khartoum, The Atbara and English 
Sudan medal, two pairs to the Cameron Highlanders. Fine 4 


Egypt 1882 one bar Alexandra 11th July (H.M.S. Alexandra) medal 
without bar (H.M.S. Orontes) three Khedive Stars, medal with 


five bars (re-engraved edge) and naval medal without bars 7 


Egypt two bars The Nile 1884-85, Gemaizah 1888 (1937 Pte. J. 
Read, O.S.C.), a scarce combination of bars. Fine 1 


Egypt 1882 and Khedive Star (L.A.C. Genl. G. T. Colebrook 


Gice LS). Fine 2 
Khedives Sudan 1912 medal with one bar Darfur 1916. Very fine 
and rare i! 


Boer War medal one bar Cape Colony (A. McNab Scottish Hospital) 
and miniature medal 2 


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Abyssinia medal (33rd Regt), South Africa one bar 1879 (17th D.C.O. 
Lrs.), Coomassie (Welch Regt) Somaliland 1902-04 (H.M.S. 
Pomone). Fine 4 


British South Africa Company’s medal for Rhodesia 1896 (Pte. 
A. Marshall 2nd West Riding Regt). Fine 1 


Cape General Service, one bar Basutoland (J. R. Reynolds, 
DEB-OLV=R.) © Very fine if 


Natal Rebellion, one bar 1906 (J. H. Long Natal Medical Corps). 
Very fine ] 


Ashanti 1900 (W. African Regt) Kimberley star and Ashanti star 
1896. Fine 3 


Ashanti 1900 (Edward VII) to Captain W. J. H. McCorquodale, 
WAGE. E: Mint state 1 


Boer War medal with six bars (Yorkshire Regt), with five bars (S. 
Lanc. Regt) four bars (5th Lancers, R.A.M.'C. Cameron 
Highrs.) and King’s medal. Very fine 6 


Boer war medals with three bars (5) with two bars (1) King’s medals 
(3). = Vera jine 


Boer War medals with one bar Belfast (Rifle Bde. Leicester Regt), 
Natal (H.M.S. Terrible) Cape Colony (R. Warwick Regt), 
Mediterranean Medals (5). Very fine 


Boer War medals with five bars (4) and with three bars (2). Fine 5 
Boer War medal with seven bars (1) with six bars (2). Fine 3 


Boer War medal with seven bars (R. Ritchie) with three bars (B. 
Curran) with King’s medals all to the Scots Guards. Fine 4 


Three bars Rhodesia, Relief of Mafeking Transvaal and British 
South Africa Company’s medal for Matabeleland 1893 both to 
Trooper E. Curtis, S. Rhod. Volrs. and Victoria Column). 
Very fine and scarce 2 


The War medal 1914-18, various regiments (6) Military medals (2). 
Fine if 


1914 bronze stars (3), 1914-15 stars (5) Mercantile Marine medal 
and Victory medals (7) 16 








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Military cross, War and Victory medal (Lt. Col. H.G.S. Mackay, 
Highland Lt. Infy.). Very fine 3 


Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field, 1914 star and Victory 
medal (C.S. Mjr. W. A. Walter, 2nd Lincoln Regt). Fine 3 


The Military Cross in case of issue il 


War medal and Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Sergt. H. Ellis, 
R.F.A.). Very fine 2 


India Frontier two bars Tirah 1897-98, Punjab 1897-98, Meritorious 
Service medal, Long Service medal (Qr. Mr. Serjt. 1. Halliday 
K.O. Scots Borders). Fine 3 


A family group Mutiny medal, I.G.G. one bar North West Frontier 
(Or. Mr. Serjt. J. Huxable 8lst Regt) Boer War medal five 
bars and medal for Distinguished Conduct (Edward VII) 
Squadron S. Major A. E. Huxtable, 6th Dragoon Guards. 
Fine a) 


1914-15 Star, War, Victory and Distinguished Conduct in the Field 
mecddie(esomtes ord K.R.R.C.). Fine 4 


India, two bars Samana 1891, Hazara 1891, one bar Relief of 
Chitral 1895, and Boer War medal with six bars (P. Carr, 
KOR RC.) 3 


India one bar Jowaki 1877-8 and Afghan one bar Ali Musjid (1. 
Beswick 5lst Regt), Sudan one bar Khartoum and English 
Sudan medal (E. A. Roberts 21st Lancers) cavalry charge at 
Omdurman. Fine 


Boer War medal five bars, King’s medal, Distinguished Conduct 
medal Edward VII and War medal 1914-18 (Corpl. J. 
Tordoff, Worcester Regt.) 


Group. War medal 1914-18, medal for Distinguished Conduct in 
the Field and Victory medal to Pte. H. H. Gladwish Essex 
and Bedford Regt. Fine 3 


India, two bars Relief of Chitral 1895, Punjab Forntier 1897-98, 
King’s medal South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 and 
‘ Long Service medal (George V) East Kent Regt. Fine 3 


Five medals 1914-15 star, War medal, Victory medal, Meritorious 
Service and Territorial Efficiency medal (i eer. RAB): 
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Four medals to Sergt. J. Brennan 24th Foot Punjab 1849 two bars 
Chilianwala, Goojerat, Indian Mutiny Medal, Meritorious 


Service medal and Long Service medal. Fine 4 


North West Frontier 1908, 1914 star, War and Victory medal (Pte. 
M. Fleming W. York Regt) 4 


Punjab 1849 two bars Mooltan, Goojerat and India General Service 
one bar North West Frontier (Lieut A. Fitzgerald 1st Bn. 60th 
Rifles). Fine, with official letters 2 


Crimea three bars Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol, Turkish 
Crimea, Indian Mutiny medal one bar Lucknow (G. Blackmore, 
20th Regt). Fine 3 


Breast star of the Chinese Order of the Double Dragon Ist class 1 
Commander’s badge of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece il 


Grand Cross breast star of the Order of Hesse of Brabant. Very 
fine 1 


Grand Cross breast star of the Order of Paulownia of Japan. Very 


fine 


Breast star of the Order of Military Merit, of Spain 1 
Badge of the first class of the Korean Order of the National Flag. 

Fine 1 
Breast star of the Korean Order of the National Flag. Fine 1 


Enamelled badge of a Companion of the Order of the British 
Empire 1 


Portuguese badge of the Order of the Tower and the Sword, medals 
for Canton 1857 and the Sudan 3 


Enamelled badge of the Order of the Crown of Roumania, founded 
1881. Fine 1 


Mahogany box made from the timber of the line of battle ship 
“ Twelve Apostles ’? sunk during the Crimean War, contain- 
ing two trays and fifteen medals for Russian Campaigns, 
manuscript description with each — 


A Reading halferown token 1811, four other coins and an old pack 
of playing cards = 








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Egypt 1801, gold medal presented to Officers for services at the 
battle of Aboukir Bay, diameter 14 inches. Fine 1 


George V. medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Sergt. 


Major C. W. Macey Suffolk Regt). Very fine 1 
A parcel of miscellaneous silver and bronze medals 31 


Canada one bar Fenian Raid 1866 (Ensign J. R. Kirkwood 5th 
REE.) Very fine 1 


Canada one bar Fenian Raid 1866 (Pte. W. Lariviere 4th Chasseurs). 
Very fine 1 


Canada, one bar Fenian Raid 1866 (C. Farley 17th Leicester Regt). 
Very fine 


Canada 1885, one bar Saskatchewan (Gunner J. H. Sayers, 
B. Artillery R.C.A.). Very fine 


Prussian Iron Cross (3) Distinguished Service medals Prussia and 
Bavaria, and miscellaneous bronze war medals, etc. 22 


The Royal Household silver medal in case to Mr. Alphonse Couffe, 
pastry cook for faithful services during 32 years to the Queen, 
also silver gilt medal in case to the same recipient 


Silver mounted Powder Flask of the East Kent Regiment. Very 
fine and rare if 


George V. medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Se-gt. 
Major C. W. Macey, Suffolk Regt). Very fine 1 


Edward VII medal for Meritorious Service (Qr. Mr. Sergt. H. 
Brown 83rd Foot). Mint state, rare 1 


George V. silver coronation medal of the London Fire Brigade 
(Fireman F. J, Clements). Fine and scarce 1 


Indian Mutiny one bar Lucknow (2), Crimea, Turkish Crimea, 
Bhootan, Waziristan 1894-5, all of the 34th Regiment. Fine 6 


Duke of Gloucester Loyal Volunteers, obv, Fame presenting a palm 
branch to a rifleman, rev, Prize medal the gift of Sir Wm. 
Pulteney Bt. April 13, 1804. A rare medal 1 


Persia, one bar Iraq (R.A.M.'C.) and one bar N.W. Persia (ik 
Berks Regt). Very fine 2 


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One bar Iraq (R. Fusrs.) and one bar Kurdistan (Cameronians). 
Very fine 2 


One bar Iraq (R. Arty., BE. York, Rest, DiG. lz (2) and iin 
Dragoon Guards). Very fine 5 


Army Long Service medal (Victorian) various regiments. Fine 7 


Army Long Service medals Victorian (4) Edward VII (1), George V. 
(2). Fine 7 


Naval Long Service Victorian (1) Edward VII (1) Volunteer Long 
Service Victorian (3) Edward VII (1). Fine 6 


Naval Reserve medals Edward VII (1) George V (1) Royal Flying 
Reserve (1) Edward VII Militia, Territorial Efficiency, and 
George V. Special Reserve. Fine 6 


George V. Imperial Service Star Coronation medal and Metropolitan 
Police medal. Very fine 


George V. medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Royal 
Fusiliers) and Meritorious Service medal (R.F.A.). Very 


fine 


Turkish Order of the Medjidie, Waterloo medal (edge erased) medal 
of Louis the Great 1692, Prussian Iron ‘Cross and bronze medal 
battle of Jena and Louisana Exhibition 6 


M.G.S. medal one bar Vittoria (45th Foot edge re-engraved) Nassau 
Waterloo medal 1815, Waterloo Bridge medal 1817, and 
sports badge 4 


George V. Naval medal one bar Persian Gulf 1909-1914 (F. White 


H.M.S. Espiegle) and Spanish bronze medal for saving life to 
same man ) 


Officer’s Plaid brooch of the Gordon Highlanders, silver hall mark 1 


A COLLECTION OF CROSS BELT PLATES AND CORCETS, THE 
PROPERTY OF THE LATE HENRY CASKELL, ESQ, 


Officer’s cross belt plate of the 3rd Light Dragoons. Very fine and 


vore, from the Gaunt collection 1 


Officer’s cross belt plate of the 10th North Lincoln Regiment, in- 
scribed Peninsula, Sobraon. Very fine 








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Officer’s cross belt plate 12th Regiment, oval with silver badge, 
garter and crown, Gibraltar and regimental number. Very 
fine 1 
Officer’s rectangular plate 12th Regiment, Minden, Gibraltar, 
Seringapatam, India, Castle and regimental number within a 


garter, etc. Fine 1 


Officer’s rectangular plate King’s Own Scottish Borderers, St. 
Andrew’s ‘Cross, regimental mottoes and Castle. Very fine 1 


Officer’s cross belt plate 3lst Regiment, regimental number within 
a wreath, fasces and Peninsula honours 1 


Cross belt plate 32nd Cornwall Regiment 1 


Officer’s cross belt plate 37th Regiment, inscribed Minden, Tournay, 
Peninsula. Very fine 1 


Officer’s cross belt plate 43rd Regiment, number within a bugle and 
crown. Very fine 1 


Officer’s cross belt plate 45th Nottinghamshire Regiment. Fine 1 


Officer’s matt gilt cross belt plate 49th Princess Charlotte of Wales, 
with dragon and battle honours, Egmont-op-Zee, Copenhagen. 
Very fine 


Private’s cross belt plates of the 51st and 57th Regts. 2 


Officer’s cross belt plate of the 58th Regt., with regimental honours 
from Gibraltar to Vittoria. A very fine example i 


Officer’s cross belt plate of the 75th Regt., Thistles, Tiger and 
regimental number, India, Seringapatam. Very fine I! 


Officer’s cross belt plate of the 77th Regt., Prince of Wales’ plume, 


and number within a wreath, Peninsula. Fine 1 


Officer’s cross belt plate of the {5th Perthshire Light Infantry, 


number and bugle within a garter crowned, wreath and fasces. 
Very fine i 


Silver hall marked oval cross belt plate of the Loyal Westminster 
Volunteers 1803. Very fine 1 


Officer’s silver gorget, engraved with the Royal Arms, hall marked 
1813, Fine 1 


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Silver Gorget, engraved with Crown and Royal Monogram, ‘at 
Regt. Fine 


Silver Gorget, Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, Royal Arms, 
and crest of regiment. Fine I 


An officer’s gorget with Royal Arms, Lynn Loyal Volunteers 1 


Gorget with Royal Arms, A.S.S.L.V. another with arms of the 
East India Company 2 


A similar pair of Gorgets 2 


Gorget with Royal Monogram, Devizes Loyal Volunteers, another 


engraved with the Royal Arms 2 
Gorget with Royal Arms in silver. Very fine if 
Large and small sized gorgets temp. George III. Fine 2 
A similar pair 2 
A similar pair 2 


English gorget with monogram G.R. and French gorgets of the 
Empire and Republic 3 


A clever water colour drawing of the 26th Cameronian Regiment by 
Caton Woodville 1898 showing eight groups with type of 
uniforms from 1750 to 1898 1 


‘Coloured print, Charge of the Guards at the Battle of Inkermann, 
and varnished print, The Rifle Brigade 2 


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